Pink Assures Fans on Twitter: Shows will go on

American singer, songwriter and musician `Pink’, 30, who rose to fame in 2000, was reported to be taken to hospital on Friday after crashing into a metal barrier during a show. Pink has assured fans on her Twitter account that she is fine, and that her shows will carry on regardless.

According to indian express.com, the show which took place in Nuremberg saw the star sensation hoisted up on a trapeze for a stunt that had been choreographed into the show. Due to the hoist not being properly secured, the star was seen crashing into the metal barrier. Pink, to the relief of her adoring fans, got up, but unfortunately had to finish the show. She then went on to perform shows in Germany and Russia the weekend as previously thought.

The Daily Star have quoted Pink as tweeting that it was “Full steam ahead, people. No pain, no gain”, either way, I will be on that stage, even if I have to crawl”.

Pink first came to fame when her first single “There you go” in 2000 gained her commercial success. Following on from this, Pink has earned herself number ones and Grammies. Along with this, an amazing 30 million albums have been sold worldwide, and recently Forbes Magazine named Pink has being the 27th most powerful celebrity in the world, with a staggering 44 million earned between June 2009-June 2010.

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